Little Big Town Takes To The Seven Seas, Rodney Atkins Goes Through Hell – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]
Little Big Town took to the Seven Seas for a wedding and Rodney Atkins was Going Through Hell on this date in 2006, we were all thankful for Faith Hill in 2002, and Willie Nelson had a debut performance back in 1964.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 28 November, 2011.
- Little Big Town‘s Kimberly Roads married Stephen Schlapman on a Caribbean island in 2006.
- Rodney Atkins scored his first gold album for If You’re Going Through Hell in 2006.
- Lee Ann Womack collected a gold album for There’s More Where That Came From in 2005.
- Faith Hill’s second network television special aired in prime time on NBC on Thanksgiving in 2002.
- Marty Stuart joined the Grand Ole Opry, the first new member added after the death of Roy Acuff, in 1992.
- Charlie Rich recorded his first Number One hit, “Behind Closed Doors,” in 1972.
- Willie Nelson debuted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1964.
- Connie Smith‘s debut single, “Once A Day,” went to Number One on the Billboard country singles chart in 1964.
- Hank Locklin debuted on the Grand Ole Opry in 1953.
Here’s a look back at Rodney Atkins’ If You’re Going Through Hell.
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